Some clever Japanese cat owners have re-purposed a simple but popular doll bed from IKEA, turning it into an adorable bed for their cats and other pets. The $20 Duktig is officially a toy bed for children’s dolls, but it also seems to have become IKEA’s first foray into the pet furniture market. Incidentally, the slot at either end of the bed is an excellent feature for cats – it lets them stick their tails out if they want to relax.
Your pup is a special part of your family. So, it is your responsibility as a pet owner to give them a place they can feel safe and warm to sleep. This 2 Hour DIY Dog Bed is going to keep your canine cuddly and happy for months to come after you create.
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[gallery columns="5" link="none" ids="28671,28672,28673,28674,28675,28676,28677,28678,28679"] This tutorial by Dana Laureano from the blog "Ruggy DIY" in collaboration with 1001Pallets will describe how to make a hidden desk out of four repurposed wooden pallets, perfect for small apartment and super functional. 2…